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Architecture of Hertfordshire

29 June 2009

1879 – Plaw Hatch, Hertfordshire

Architect: Joseph Fogerty Now known as Pearse House, it hasn’t been used as a residence for many years – being used as a hospital annex in the Second World War, an officers’ mess...

01 October 2009

1879 – Rawdon House, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire

Architect: Ernest George & Peto Perspective view published in The Building News, July 2nd 1880. Rawdon House was originally built in 1622 by Marmaduke Rawdon, and extended in 1879. The Jacobean and Victorian...

24 August 2009

1880 – Boxmoor Schools, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire

Architect: John Ladds “The Boxmoor Schools, built at Two AVaters, for the Hemel Hempsted School-Boaid, are situated on a narrow-fronted site of steeply- sloping ground facing the open common, about half a mile...

27 September 2009

1880 – Congregational Church, New Barnet, Hertfordshire

Architect: John Sulman “The plan of this church consists of nave and aisles of the usual relative proportions, but there is only a single granite column on each side forming any appreciable obstruction...

14 January 2013

1880 – Hawdon House, Hertfordshire

Architect: Ernest George & Peto “An interesting old building, bearing the date 1622 ; to this the architects have been adding a wing for Mr. Henry Eicardc, the owner. The choice of material...

28 August 2010

1885 – Colnehurst, Watford, Hertfordshire

Architect: Williams Smith Perspective view published in The Building News,January 14th 1885.

29 June 2009

1885 – Cottage Hospital, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

Architect: W.F. Unsworth Published in The Building News, January 2nd 1885.

03 October 2010

1885 – Grove Farm House for Lord Ebury, Hertfordshire

Architect: W.H. Syme Perspective view, north elevation including ground & chamber plans published in The Building News, November 27th 1885.

10 August 2009

1885 – New West Front, St. Alban’s Abbey, Hertfordshire

Architect: Sir Edmund Beckett Edmund Beckett, 1st Baron Grimthorpe, Q.C. (12 May 1816 – 29 April 1905), was a lawyer, amateur horologist, and architect. In 1851 he designed the mechanism for the clock...